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VSAT Latin America Event Preview

In the lead up to the forthcoming VSAT Latin America event which is being held in São Paulo next week, our friends at Offcomm News… 157 more words

VSAT

Backpack-palooza

I think I’m spending too much time on TripAdvisor…

A little freaked out by some of the posts regarding luggage and security inCentral America, I decided that my trusty MacPac Koru 80 is way too big, and today purchased an Osprey Porter 46 – so nearly half the size of what I usually travel with. 180 more words

Backpacks

Iquitos: more jungly fun

Iquitos, fact fans, is the only city in the World that cannot be accessed by road and this kind of outpost, outlaw and out-dated atmosphere permeates the city and creates a feeling of lawlessness where anything goes. 1,075 more words

Travelling

TODAY'S NEWS: Researchers raise alarm about air pollution levels in Haiti

Air pollution in the island nation of Haiti can reach levels considered hazardous by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, according to recent findings by Tufts researchers. 371 more words

Air Quality

"This place has got 'it', whatever that is" - days 220-222

Colonia del Sacramento is a beautiful town. Our ‘trusty‘ Lonely Planet said it was touristy but had still retained its charm. Liam had been a little put off by this, he doesn’t like tourists, but I think we would both say were glad we went. 373 more words

Backpacking

My best friend William, my home stay brother Michael, Jezza Cerveza the Canadian kid and myself taking photos which would end up fruitless cause my camera was stolen and I was subsequently arrested for “stealing.” I miss Peru and I miss these brats. 10 more words

THE LARGEST SYNAGOGUE IN CHILE IS THE NEW SYNAGOGUE IN SANTIAGO DE CHILE


The Synagogue at the Circulo Israelita, dedicated in 2010, is one of the newest synagogues in South America. It’s large stain-glass artwork was designed by Chilean renowned artist Samy Benmayor.

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